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for the plat, dean torrance was never charged. when the trial began in february of 1964 the defense took the strategy of blaming the victims to dizzying new heights. >> it was keenan who devised their defense. >> every time i talked to a lawyer it was are you sure this is not a publicity stunt. everybody was sure it was a publicity stunt. that gave me the idea. >> all three had their own lawyers. john irwin's attorney was gladys root is, known for wearing outlandish hats to court. >> she was a piece of. she was. >> she claimed the whole thing was a hoax orchestrated by frank, jr. purely for publicity. in the trial transcript obtained by fox files root labeled the kidnapping an advertising scheme and planned contractual agreement. the sinatra family was outraged. >> i remember it mostly being oh he fended and stunned by -- offended and stunned by the lawyer gladys root. she knew that once you ring that bell it is rung. >> in his opening statement, keenan's lawyer also blamed sinatra saying that "the actions of frank sinatra, jr. are suspect of chicanery from start to finish. >> kidnapping
in small bills was recovered. >> despite having given keenan money for the plat, dean torrance was never charged. when the trial began in february of 1964 the defense took the strategy of blaming the victims to dizzying new heights. >> it was keenan who devised their defense. >> every time i talked to a lawyer it was are you sure this is not a publicity stunt. everybody was sure it was a publicity stunt. that gave me the idea. >> all three had their own lawyers. john irwin's attorney was gladys root is, known for wearing outlandish hats to court. >> she was a piece of. she was. >> she claimed the whole thing was a hoax orchestrated by frank, jr. purely for publicity. in the trial transcript obtained by fox files root labeled the kidnapping an advertising scheme and planned contractual agreement. the sinatra family was outraged. >> i remember it mostly being oh he fended and stunned by -- offended and stunned by the lawyer gladys root. she knew that once you ring that bell it is rung. >> in his opening statement, keenan's lawyer also blamed sinatra saying that "the actions of frank sinatr
for improvements but many districts are spending money elsewhere. a state senator from torrance plans to reintroduce a bill. >> tragic z i just want to make sure in california, we take whatever steps we can to try to mitigate or prevent a few tour tragedy. >> he says the lack of a security plan is a problem for more than half of california schools. in 2009 he found 53% of the state schools did not comply with state rules. the connecticut tragedy also prompted this response from state education officials saying california schools have been asked to immediately begin reviewing their safety procedures and they're doing so. the statement continues we're also prepared to heed your call for a wider national conversation about school safety. >> the post office has stlishd an outlet for to you express your condolences to the people of sandy hook, setting up an address to send qlerts care package asks drawings from your kids, perhaps.em#Ñ and you'll find that address on our web site if you don't have a pen at this moment. >> the weather is becoming a problem once again in northern california.
. >> besides giving money for the not teen torrance was never charged. >> when their trial began in 1964 the defense took the strategy of blaming the victim to dizzyying new heights. >> it was keenan who defied their defense. >> every time i talked to a lawyer it was are you sure this wasn't a publicity stunt? everybody was sure it was a publicity stunt. that gave me theidea. >> all three had near own lawyers john irwin's attorney was the flamboyant gladys root known for wearing outlandish hats to court. >> she was a piece of work. >> yes, she was. >> in her opening statement she said the whole thing was a hoax made purely for publicity. in this transcript she labeled it an advertising scheme and a planned agreement. the sinatra family was outraged. >> i remember mostly being offended and stunned the lawyer gladys root. she knew once you ring that bell it's running. wrung. >> keenan's lawyer and his attorney blamed sinatra. it is suspect from start to finish. >> it was on the front page of the papers and the lead news kidnapping a hoax. no realization how much grief it would cause frank
? the americans went from cheering on spend and to the torrances of deficits within a matter of a year or two. and so the government in canada now with some peril if they don't balance their budgets and the answer you most frequently get is all they have to do was say at 40% of revenues was going to pay the interest bill on the canadian debt? and the public -- they realize that was not a great idea and became strongly against increasing the debt further. we can't make that argument for all our reasons david said. indeed, we've run these massive deficits because interest rates have come down. the interest bill has barely moved at all but it won't take much to change that. even with the modest projections of the congressional budget office in terms of the kind of interest rate interests they see over time, we're going to quadruple our interest bill within 10, 12rk years or something like that. so hopefully, that will get attention. but i almost regret the fact that america america hasn't acted more negatively to what they're doing than they have. >> if you're looking at $16 trillion in total an
. - he practices in his backyard in torrance, california. the stairs are great training for this. and a landing like this prepares him for this. - what we're gonna do is hop over you. no problem, right? - not at all! - i'm not 56, i'm 18 with 38 years' experience. - terry got on a unicycle when he was 8, but he didn't really get serious about the sport until he turned 50. - what basically motivated me was being a piano tuner. you know, you sit around a lot. and so i was thinking, what could i do to get myself in shape and-- how about unicycling? i went from 170 to about 140 maybe a little under. went from a 34 waist to a 29. all my old clothes wouldn't fit anymore. i--you know, use a belt now to cinch them up. - today, he's more than just a cyclist, he's a passionate evangelist for the sport. - isn't that hard to ride? - ha ha! ah, only when you fall. yeah, but it's just like a bike. once you learn you don't forget. i bet you could ride one. you ever tried to ride a unicycle? - no. - you ever thought about it? - kind of. - really? now that you saw me riding thi
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